The Skytrax World Airport Award positioning 2021 was as of late distributed in which Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi has arisen among world’s main 50 best air terminals in the 2021.
Delhi Airport arose as best air terminal in India for the third back to back year.
Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru have likewise tracked down a position among world’s 100 best air terminals.
Air terminal positioning rundown
As indicated by Skytrax 2021 world air terminal’s honors list, Delhi has been positioned at 45th position. Positioning has improved by five places when contrasted with number 50 out of 2020. Delhi air terminal is first Indian air terminal to accomplish this imprint.
Hyderabad has been positioned at 64th Its raking has been improved by seven spots against 71st in 2020.
Mumbai is at 65th number, 13 places down from 52nd situation in 2020.
Bengaluru is at 71st number, 3 places down from 68th position in 2020.
Positioning of air terminals internationally
World’s best 5 air terminals include:
Doha Hamad International Airport
Tokyo Haneda air terminal
Changi air terminal Singapore
Seoul Incheon International Airport and
How air terminals are positioned?
Joined Kingdom based Skytrax gives the best air terminals grants based on client surveys. Positioning is considered as the quality benchmark for world air terminal industry. It surveys client assistance and offices across 550 air terminals.
Skytrax is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, running a carrier and air terminal audit and positioning site.
Indira Gandhi International Airport
This worldwide avionics center point of New Delhi is spread over a space of 5,106 sections of land. It is arranged in Palam and has been named after previous Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi. It is the most active air terminal of India as far as traveler traffic since 2009. Internationally, it is the seventeenth most active air terminal and sixth most active air terminal in Asia by traveler traffic. It handles around 70 million travelers. It was worked by the Indian Air Force and moved to the Airports Authority of India, later. In 2006, the executives of IGI was moved to Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), drove by the GMR Group.